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Ditto. Same problem, i got a quote on it and it will cost me aus$120. Apparently they have to replace the charging point which is connected to the main board. It is still under warranty, ive only had it for 3 months but Samsung won't fix it if its physically damaged by the consumer. I have a careless charactersitic when it comes to taking care of things but i don't think its a coincidence if there are other people out there who have an identical problem.
If i decide to take it to Samsung, it will cost me around $40 if they decide to fix it and i decline. I wouldn't want to take the risk of paying more so i guess i'm still searching for quotes. ( and searching for a better phone. )
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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